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Roasted Paprika, Lemon, and Pepper Chicken

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The aroma of homemade roasted chicken and the flavors, so crispy on the outside, and moist and juicy on the inside. I decided to roast two chickens...since I found the most beautiful organic young chickens in my local supermarket. They are about 5 lbs each. I have a generous and large roasting pan with a removable rack, so the chickens could easily be removed when they are done. I also added a few whole, peeled carrots, split a whole, peeled onion and stuffed it in the cavity of each chicken, along with half of 1 lemon for each chicken, and another whole lemon zest, and juice on top of chickens.

ROASTED PAPRIKA, LEMON, and PEPPER CHICKEN
recipe by: Elisabeth
2 roasting chickens (4 1/2-5 lbs.each)
1 tsp. coarse salt
1 tsp. black pepper 1 Tbsp. Hungarian paprika 1 tsp. dry thyme
1 medium onion peeled, and cut in half zest of 1 whole lemon, and juice of the same lemon 2 Tbsps. vegetable oil 1/2 cup chicken broth 1 extra lemon cut in half
stalks of 3 or 4 carrots (optional)
1 whole sweet, or ho…

For the 'Love of Foods' in Italy

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I did not take a lot of photos of 'foods' ...simply, because the second week when I met up with my daughter. I was the official 'food photographer'...I became the 'annoying paparazzi, and tried to limit my food photos~

nothing like a casual morning walk to the local outdoor market...the freshest fruits and vegetables
grown locally!
Another fruit and vegetable stand at the outdoor market!
This is the local supermarket which is in a mall, and has other great shops as well.
You can try, and win this car while you're vacationing there!
These little mini pull baskets were very convenient!
Awesome seafood section...although I was asked not to take any photos...as in Whole Foods in the U.S. ...so, my store photos ended in the seafood isle; sad to say!
Just look at these lovely fish...all saying "hello"
Wow! Just look at the size of this octopus!
Outside the mall...all cloudy, and later in the afternoon...pouring rain. You can see the mountains in the backg…